Associate of Applied Science, Design Engineering Technology

Note: The Design Engineering Technology (DET) program was formerly called Design Graphics Engineering Technology (DGET).

Grade Requirements

A grade of C or better in all major courses, support courses, technical courses, and technical electives is required, (a grade of "C-" is not acceptable) in addition to an overall GPA for all courses of 2.00 or higher.

Credit Hour Requirements
 
There are 63 total hours are required -- 24 of which are required within the Design Engineering Technology AAS program.
 
Advisement

All Design Engineering Technology students are encouraged to meet with a faculty advisor at least annually for course and program advisement. Call 801-626-6305 for more information or to schedule an appointment. Advisement may also be obtained in Engineering Technology, room 214.

Admission Requirements

Declare your program of study. There are no special admission or application requirements for this program.

General Education

Refer to General Requirements for Associate of Applied Science requirements. Computer Literacy as defined in this catalog is also required for the AAS degree.

Course Requirements for AAS Degree

Computer and Design Technology Courses Required
(24 credit hours)

  • DET 1060 Fundamentals of Drafting with CAD (3)
  • DET 1160 Working with Drawings & Assemblies (3) 
  • DET 1250 Fundamental Arch Draft 2D(3) 
  • DET 1350 Residential Arch Design (3) 
  • DET 2000 Intro to BIM I (3)
  • DET 2460 Design Fundamentals with CAD (3) 
  • DET 2650 Advanced Mechanical Drafitng (3) 
  • DET 2660 Arch Struct BIM II (3)

Technical Courses Required
(9 credit hours)

  • MFET 1210/L Machining Principles I (3)
  • MFET 2360 Manufacturing Processes and Materials (3)
  • MFET 2410 Quality Assurance and Improvement (3)

Support Courses Required
(22 credit hours)

  • ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing (3)
  • COMM 2110  Group Communication (3)
  • MATH QL1080 Pre-Calculus (5)
    or MATH QL1050 College Algebra (4)
      & MATH 1060 Trigonometry (3)
  • PHYS PS/SI2010 General Physics I with lab (5)
  • NTM 1700 Intro to Microcomputer Applications (3)

Suggested Course Sequence

The following suggested course sequence is provided to assist students in planning their schedules. Use this only as a guideline and be sure to consult with an advisor.

Freshman Fall

Freshman Spring

DET 1060 

3

DET 1160 

3

DET 1250

3

DET 1350

3

American Institutions

3

ENGL 2010

3

MATH 1080

5

NTM 1700

3

MFET 1210

 3

NTM 1704

1

   

Creative Arts Elective

 3

 Total Hours

17

Total Hours

16

 

Sophomore Fall

Sophomore Spring

DGET 2000

3

DGET 2650

3

DGET 2460 

3

DGET 2660

3

MFET 2360

3

PHYS 2010

5

MFET 2410

3

Lower Divison Elective

2

COMM 2110

 3 

Social Science Elective

3

Total Hours

15

Total Hours

16

Source: 2012-2013 WSU Course Catalog. Refer to the current course catalog for course descriptions. 

This curriculum pattern is subject to revision and is not an academic contract. See your advisor to make sure you are choosing the proper courses.


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